The tax implications of reorganisation are often intricate and complex.
There are many reasons why an organisation might undergo a reorganisation. Corporate simplification or rationalisation; preparation for the sale of whole or part of a group; post- acquisition transfer to meet the needs of the new ownership.
Whatever the commercial objective, the tax treatment of any transfer of business or assets should be considered from the early stages of the process, taking short, medium and long term consequences into account.
Whatever the driver for business reorganisation, tax implications abound and should be considered from the outset.
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